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Peyragudes - Peyragudes

Hautes-Pyrénées, France

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Peyragudes ski resort is a medium size ski area located on the outskirts of the Pyrenees national park, just above the French-Spanish border. As with most ski resorts around this area, the skiing is varied with open slopes and ‘bowl’ slopes towards the top of the mountains and more alpine skiing towards the lower end of the runs with surrounding trees. There are 49 runs available, making the resort feel large, and the lift network is fast and up-to-date which take you 800 metres to 2400 metres which is high for a European mountain range outside of the Alps It is located near a typical 17th century Pyrenean village, and the resort describes itself as a ‘bowl of fresh air’. There is much to explore in the ski resort itself, including a good snowpark and a boardercross. Climbing, canyoning or downhill mountain biking can all be done here in summer. There are also spas and thermal baths available along with a range of accommodation. One thing to be careful of is the ski lessons around the French and Spanish school summer holidays, which can make this a busy resort. Outside of these times, the resort is generally quieter.

Size: Medium

60km

Resort Altitude: Medium

1600m

Ski Range

2400m
1600m

Pistes Available

49

622174

Lifts

18

8 drags
9 chairs
1 cabins
Opens 13.12.2020 to 29.03.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

3

Transfer Information

Lourdes

97km

Av. Transfer time

1.5hr

Toulouse

161km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

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Peyragudes ski resort is a medium size ski area located on the outskirts of the Pyrenees national park, just above the French-Spanish border. As with most ski resorts around this area, the skiing is varied with open slopes and ‘bowl’ slopes towards the top of the mountains and more alpine skiing towards the lower end of the runs with surrounding trees. There are 49 runs available, making the resort feel large, and the lift network is fast and up-to-date which take you 800 metres to 2400 metres which is high for a European mountain range outside of the Alps It is located near a typical 17th century Pyrenean village, and the resort describes itself as a ‘bowl of fresh air’. There is much to explore in the ski resort itself, including a good snowpark and a boardercross. Climbing, canyoning or downhill mountain biking can all be done here in summer. There are also spas and thermal baths available along with a range of accommodation. One thing to be careful of is the ski lessons around the French and Spanish school summer holidays, which can make this a busy resort. Outside of these times, the resort is generally quieter.